Archived News: In Research and Intervention
September 2014

Four Steps for Solving Problematic Transitions for Students with ASD

In a recent article published in TEACHING Exceptional Children, Hume et al. (2014) indicate the importance of four steps to identify problematic transitions and guiding questions under each step for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). These four steps include: selecting appropriate supports, implementing the supports, monitoring progress, and problem-solving to help students transition smoothly to increase independence and participation in daily activities across all settings.

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